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Old 01-21-2013, 11:24 AM   #6
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Re: Biting, pulling, help!

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Keep a close eye on her. If she's nursing for nutrition it's physically impossible for her to bite. It may be easiest on you to only nurse her for nutrition and not for comfort, etc. until she gets over the biting phase. If you limit nursing to for nutrition only she may be more adept to get down to business when she's actually ready to nurse. I did that, to some extent, with K and it reduced the biting.


At that age, I cut all nursing down to when they are only hungry. There is no "hanging out". There is eating. Within a week or two of that, mine quickly learned that mommy is not for playing. Mommy is for cuddling, snuggling and eating. I don't allow that behavior, EVER. It is okay to say no sometimes. It is okay to protect your own body while meeting their needs.
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